From Brownstoner Queens:
Permanent development is in the works for a vacant, 80-acre site on the Rockaway Peninsula, an area badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy, but in the meantime the organization 596 Acres is looking toward interim uses for the land. A few weeks ago, the group led a discussion on potential interim uses for these empty lots in the Arverne East/Edgemere neighborhood — all those green dots in the map above are public vacant space. Proposals for the lots include a food fest, a view tower for star gazing, a farmers market, and a ski trail. See the details of each proposal here.
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Seeking uses for vacant Far Rockaway land
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:15 AM
Labels: Arverne, developers, edgemere, vacant property
Why should anyone plan anything creative for Edgemere when it's temporary?
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